Christopher Bradley, PhD – Dissertation Consultant, Statistician, and Faculty Coach

Christopher Bradley, PhD – Dissertation Consultant, Statistician, and Faculty Coach

Christopher began his career in higher education at Northern Arizona University where he earned a bachelors degree in sociology and a minor in social work. From there he went on to Bowling Green State University where he earned a masters degree and a PhD in sociology. At the doctoral level, Christopher specialized in social psychology and also obtained formal minors in statistics and both qualitative and quantitative research methodologies. Christopher is now a professor at Troy University. To date Christopher has published nine peer-reviewed articles in scholarly journals, authored eighteen applied research reports, accrued a quarter of a million dollars in research grant funding and coauthored a book on the connections between western social psychology and eastern Zen Buddhism. His current research interests are grounded in the social psychological domains of emotion, motivation, the self, religion and intimate relationship violence. He has expertise in qualitative and quantitative research methodologies. As a statistician, Christopher is an expert in both parametric and non-parametric statistical techniques, including all univariate descriptive statistical techniques, and a wide range of bivariate and multivariate statistical techniques. At The Dissertation Coach Christopher is deeply committed to providing excellent service to all of his clients as he assists them with any aspect of the dissertation from topic selection to the final defense. Christopher’s warm and personable approach to helping clients is complemented by his rigorous attention to detail and his ability to provide logical and concise feedback in a timely fashion. Christopher enjoys helping his clients with all aspects of the dissertation process. He feels that it is his responsibility to provide clients with the tools, guidance and knowledge they need to successfully complete their dissertation.